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University of Wyoming

Flag of United States Wyoming, United States
School ID: SU10093
Rank: 601
* The Times Higher Education World University Rankings
Applied number: 2

Our beautiful campus is home to nearly 12,000 students each year

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General decription

The University of Wyoming welcomes students to experience a one-of-a-kind education in the heart of the Mountain West. Our beautiful campus is home to nearly 12,000 students each year, many from all parts of the country and from around the world. We have over 200 areas of study — all with personalized experiences and meaningful interactions with our faculty and your classmates.

The University of Wyoming strives to make obtaining your degree affordable and accessible. That’s why our undergraduate admission is on a “rolling basis”, meaning you can apply at any time for the upcoming semester. If you’re a first-year student, make sure to confirm your enrollment by May 1 in order to secure any financial aid awarded to you.

Why choose us


Rooted in the traditions of the West and surrounded by the rugged Rocky Mountains, the University of Wyoming was founded in 1886 and is a nationally recognized land-grant research institution with expert faculty, top-ranked academics and world-class facilities.


Take advantage of small class sizes, supportive professors, and the local and state support that Wyoming’s sole four-year university enjoys. And, once a cowboy, always a cowboy means that you’ll gain lifelong connections with alumni regardless of where your journey takes you.


Experience the world as your classroom with the largest study-abroad scholarship endowment of any U.S. four-year public land-grant university. UW students study in nearly 50 countries each year at 400+ domestic and study abroad sites.


Find your Wyoming in the 30 miles of groomed cross-country ski trails, 300 miles of snowmobiling trails and more than 100 miles of mountain bike trails, plus fishing, rock climbing, 2.9 million acres of national forest and more. Outdoor magazine recognized UW as one of the nation’s top outdoor schools.

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Avg Cost of Tuition/Year USD $19,531
Cost of Living/Year USD $10,000
Application Fee USD $0
Estimated Total/Year USD $29,531

Main majors

  • Arts and Sciences
  • Business
  • Education
  • Engineering and Applied Science

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